Tuesday, December 22, 2015

WRI Presents an Afternoon Delight Review: Her Christmas Bonus by Rain Danvers

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Her Christmas Bonus by Rain Danvers
Pages: 29 pgs
Publisher: GRM Digital Publishing
Source: Kobo
Format: ePub
Rating: ☆ ☆ 


Sage has been working at a high-tech firm in Newport Beach, CA for over two years as the only female director among three men. She is highly valued by her boss and she loves her job, but there's a problem - she's totally attracted to him and the stress is killing her. She's taking three days off for the Christmas holiday and has posted her availability online, hoping to find a job when she returns. Before she can leave, she has to find her cell phone and she doesn't know where she left it.

Terrance is the founder and owner of Templeton Designs and considers Sage so valuable to the company, he can't afford to acknowledge the feelings he has for her. He's stuck at the company this year when normally he would be enjoying the holiday in a warm, tropical location. It may be the year he finds a way to acknowledge the woman who holds his heart captive.

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My Review
Meh. Two people. One is the boss and one the employee. Both are not that fond of Christmas for their own reasons. I didn't like either character so I really didn't care what happened in their relationship. Which ended up being a good thing because the ending ended up being too rushed and too forced to be satisfying.

About the Author
Rain Danvers didn’t start out as a writer; in fact there wasn’t a time in her life when she had a story in her head begging to be put to paper.  Instead, she was busy writing technical manuals – lots of tech manuals. She proclaims herself to be an information junkie, reading everything she can to improve her life. An avid reader since grade school, she has been reading romance since her teens.

After a life-altering event, characters started to emerge, anxious for their stories to be revealed. Slightly obsessed with men and romance, Rain is inspired as much by a phrase as a good photo. These often lead to daydreams which then turn into an idea for a story when waking up in the morning after sleeping on the idea.

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